Mechanical Engineering Minor
Starting in the Fall of 2023, the Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Science Department will now also have a minor in Mechanical Engineering, that will be open to all non-MEGR students. It will require 15 credits total to complete; 12 (cr) will be required and 3 (cr) will be an approved elective from the department.
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How to apply?
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What is it?
The Minor in Mechanical Engineering is intended to help STEM majors gain knowledge in core concepts in Mechanical Engineering. Topics include: statics, dynamics, strength of materials, thermodynamics, and many others that can be covered in electives.
Completion of the MEGR minor can:
- Help non-MEGR students learn about topics of interest outside of their majors
- Broaden career opportunities and complement other degree programs such as: Physics, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Civil Engineering, Systems Engineering, Math, and Computer Science
- Provide broader preparation for pursing graduate studies
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What are the prerequisites or eligibility requirements?
Interested students must have the following:
- 2.8 overall GPA
- Math 1242 and PHYS 2101 with a C or higher
- Can't already be in the MEGR major
Courses and Mechanical Engineering Requirements
In order to stay in the MEGR minor, students must maintain a 2.0 GPA in all minor classes. Students are also allowed no more than 2 attempts per minor course.
Required Courses (12 credits):
MEGR 2141* - Engineering Mechanics I
MEGR 2144 - Intro to Solids Mechanics
MEGR 3111 - Thermodynamics I
MEGR 3121* - Dynamic Systems I
Elective Courses (3 credits):
Select ONE from the following:
MEGR 2240 - Computational Methods for Engineers
MEGR 3112 - Thermodynamics II
MEGR 3114 - Fluid Mechanics
MEGR 3161 - Intro to Engineering Materials
MEGR 3221 - Machine Analysis and Design I
MEGR 3116 - Intro to Heat Transfer (MEGR 3114 is a pre/co-requisite)
MEGR 3122 - Dynamic Systems II (MEGR 2240 and MEGR 3121 are prerequisites)
MEGR Tech Elective - *see dept. website for full list and prerequisites
*Critical Progression Courses:
MEGR 2141 --> MEGR 2144, MEGR 2240, MEGR 3121
MEGR 3121 --> MEGR 3114, MEGR 3116, MEGR 3221
Plan of Study